Palm Bay Police Explorers Set To Compete In State-Wide Games In Orlando This week

By  //  June 21, 2016

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The Palm Bay Police Explorers will compete in the Florida Association of Police Explorers 2016 state competition in Orlando this week. (Palm Bay police image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – The Palm Bay Police Explorers will compete in the Florida Association of Police Explorers 2016 state competition in Orlando this week.

“Best of luck to our Police Explorers who are competing in a state wide competition this week in Orlando,” said Palm Bay Police Chief Mark Renkens.

“I’m very proud of all our Explorers who are exceptional young men and women and the future of law enforcement. Thank you so much to our awesome advisors who lead the Police Explorer program, Officer Frank Tobar, Officer Lin Badman, Officer Troy Ramirez, CJ Woronka and Sgt. Ryan Palmer.”

Mark Renkens

Mark Renkens

Each year the Florida Association of Police Explorers hosts the annual state competition which allows Explorers from the State of Florida to compete in 13 law enforcement scenario based events. In addition to the competition scenarios, Explorers who have qualified may compete in the pistol shooting competition.

Membership in FAPE currently consists of police departments, sheriff offices and Federal Law Enforcement Agencies within the State of Florida.

The Florida Association of Police Explorers was organized in 1971 to bring together Law Enforcement Explorers from around the State of Florida.

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